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Talk about AIDS, Your daughter worries about AIDS.
  • Published Date:
    1991
  • Language:
    English
Filetype[JPEG - 5.98 MB]


Talk about AIDS, Your daughter worries about AIDS.
Details:
  • Series:
    CDC National AIDS Clearinghouse, Catalog of HIV and AIDS education and prevention materials (September 1994) ; order number P076
    America responds to AIDS
    Talk about AIDS
  • Document Type:
  • Description:
    Photo of white man. "Tom" dialogue about AIDS & daughter. Folds in 1/4th. 22 x 16

    "Talk About AIDS. Your Daughter Worries About AIDS.

    Tom: AIDS is not even in the picture for my daughter.

    Why not?

    Tom: She’s got boys and books and ballgames on her mind. Not AIDS.

    Are you sure?

    Tom: Yes.

    She’s probably heard a lot about AIDS.

    Tom: I’ll tell you, my girl isn’t worried about AIDS because I haven’t scared her by talking about it.

    What if she’s heard rumors that scare her?

    Tom: She would come and talk to me, I guess.

    When you talked about sex with your dad, did you ever start the conversation?

    Tom: No, he did.

    Does that tell you anything?

    Tom: I need to talk to my daughter.

    AMERICA RESPONDS TO AIDS. 1-800-342-AIDS."

    Order number: P076 (English). CDC National AIDS Clearinghouse, Catalog of HIV and AIDS education and prevention materials September 1994, p. 22.

    Using a father and a daughter as an example, this poster stresses the parents' role in talking with their children about AIDS.

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